John Goldstein

John Goldstein will be a speaking at the Forum on Reducing Risk and Maximising Returns at 12:15 on 19 September. See the full agenda here

John Goldstein is a managing director within Goldman Sachs Asset Management. John joined Goldman Sachs in 2015 through the acquisition of Imprint Capital to help expand the firm’s Environmental, Social and Governance and impact investing capabilities.

Previously, John co-founded Imprint Capital Advisors in 2007 to help foundations, families and financial institutions create and manage impact investing programs and portfolios. Imprint made and managed more than 120 investments with its clients across asset classes, geographies, and impact themes and worked with 11 of the 25 largest foundations in the United States.

Previously, John co-founded Medley Capital Management, a private investment firm. He also served as senior managing director of Medley Global Advisors. During that time, he co-founded and served as the executive director of the Medley Institute. Prior to that, John was a management consultant at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture).

John has served as an advisor or board member to a diverse set of organizations in the impact space including groups such as the US National Advisory Board of the G8 Social Impact Investing Task Force, the Global Impact Investing Network’s ImpactBase initiative, the Global Social Venture Competition, McKinsey’s working group on Social Impact Bonds, Global Giving, the Sustainable Food Lab, the UN Capital Development Fund, the International Interfaith Investment Group and a range of other organizations.

John graduated from Yale University with honors. He was awarded the Richter Fellowship and the Townsend Prize.